Carleton’s United Way campaign raised more than $160,000 — surpassing its $150,000 goal — showing that the spirit of giving is alive and well on campus. During the three-week campaign which officially wrapped up on Nov. 13, donors were encouraged to target their money to children and youth programs supported by the United Way. Campaign volunteers worked countless hours organizing events like Loonies for Learning, the Polar Bear Dip, the … Continue
Congratulations to the 46 Carleton professors nominated for TVO 2010 Best Lecturer competition. The Best Lecturer Competition is quickly becoming a favourite annual event for universities and colleges, lecturers and students across Ontario. On Dec. 7, the 20 semi-finalists will be announced. A panel of judges will then choose 10 finalists, who will be invited to deliver complete lectures on Big Ideas beginning March 6, 2010. Viewers will then be … Continue
The Right Honourable Herb Gray, chancellor, says hello to honorary degree recipient Grete Hale, who was honoured at Fall Convocation for her outstanding service to the community of Ottawa, leadership in the non-profit sector and support of the democratic life of Canada.
From rising tuition fees to traffic jams and pollution problems, Carleton’s challenges can sometimes mirror those of a small municipality. Continue
Twenty-three of Prof. Matthew Bellamy’s fourth-year students recently accompanied him to a bar, sat quietly to observe and then became engaged in an animated discussion about the “then and now” — female servers, pitchers of beer Continue